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A Secret Tour: Detroit's Forgotten Architectural Landmarks | Blinds.com

Urban explorer David Kohrman chronicles the current state of forgotten detroit buildings that were once the darlings of the city's architectural scene.

16 dormant buildings in Detroit awaiting life

An incredible number of historic buildings have been redeveloped in recent years, but there’s still plenty of left worth saving. Here are the ones we’d most like to see.

Woodward plan aerial, 1920 / State of Fred

“The opportunities Detroit has today are a logical evolution from its past mistakes and disinvestment. To an extent, change wouldn’t be possible without that,” explained Kent Ande…

6 Most Historic Neighborhoods In Detroit

Detroit has some of the most historic neighborhoods in the United States. Learn more about these six amazing neighborhoods around the city!

Metro Mercury I & II, Detroit, MI. I used to go here all the time with my friends.

When the Mercury Theatre opened June 11, 1941 with Barbara Stanwyck in "The Lady Eve" & Wallace Beery in "The Bad Man". This Streamline Moderne-sty...

8 obscure facts every Detroiter should know about Vernors

If you know the gnome's original name, or any of these other bits of trivia, you're officially a Vernors super-fan.

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The Trews brought their ‘I Wanna Play U.S. Dates’ tour to a packed house at The Shelter on a cold February night in Detroit Michigan. The basement bar stage underneath St. Andrew’s Hall has seen plenty of musical history over the years and is perhaps best known for some of the rap battle scenes from the movie 8 Mile.
Occupying almost an entire city block in downtown Detroit, the MBAD African Bead Museum houses 18 colorful outdoor installations